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St. Joseph Academy Scholarship Winners
The trio of St. Joseph Academy eighth graders pictured above have a right to be happy. They
•re winners of four year scholarships to th* Academy high school department as a result of examina
tions taken early last month. Pictured, left to right, are JoAnn Hardy, Bonnie Sue Robbins and Cather
ine Lovey. These scholarships were sponsored by the Academy alumnae. One other four-year scholar
ship, sponsored by the Academy PTA, was won by Brenda Kane of St. Francis school, Columbus.
Five one-year scholarships offered by th* Sisters of Notre Dame were won by Rosemarie Gregory
of St. Aloysius Roberta Spires of St. Leo Cornelia Zier of St. Christopher Brenda King of St.
Cyprian and Mary Welch of Corpus Christi.
ZANESVILLE
Funeral Directors Z-6
The Mader-Peoples Funeral Homes
421 Putnam Ave. 810 Forest Ave.
Phone 2-4551
Arthur A. Bryan Kenneth O. Bolin Wendell B. Swope
Information Z-9
Terrace Appliance
2213-15 N. Maple Ave. Phone 2-4503
ZANESVILLE, OHIO
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MOST EXCLUSIVE WOMEN’S
SHOP
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LIDO WINE STORE
J. Jaeolenne, Mgr.
60 So. 5th St. Zanesville and Coshocton. Ohio
MUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN.
CUBRENT DIVIDEND XU
Kaeh Saving. Aecoant Inaured to 810.999
Mutual Fwtoral Bn tiding 14 S. Fifth Str**i
"Your Beauty is our Career"
Ann's Beauty Lounge, Inc.
I ANITA H. FLOOD
47 N. 4th St. (Main Floor) Phone 2-6152
THE CAMERA SHOP
“Everything Photographic”
620 Market St. Phone 2-1302
lUILDKBr SUPPLIES
RIAD? MIXED CONCRETE
SAND AND GRAVEL
Adams Bros. Inc.
GENERAL CONTRACTING
^|q*kinmm Axe Phone 299
ARTWIL
430 Main St._______
Johnston's Restaurant
"Famous for Chicken"
w.
main ano nioac dial a-eiat
BUILDING BLOCKS
BRIKCKETE-DUNSTONB
DUNBRICK-8TEPPING STONES
ALL COLORS
ZANESVILLE BRIKCRETE
PHILO PHONb 4-4375
TELEVISION
Matt icon Silver Rocket 689 Chaaali
Raaor-Sharp Edgo-to-Edga Focu*
Fineat in TV
DISTRIBUTED BY
L. A. EMMERT
Sine* 1812
84 8. Third St Phane 8-8811
ZanavHUe Ohie
JUDY'S
Service and Restaurant
State and W. Main St*.
THE YOUNG INS. AGENCY
Inc.
Auto Fira Liability
Accident Life
Extended Coverage Bond*
Dial 3-7015
Masonic Temple------------------------8-7015
Nights Sundays A Holidays 3-6842
Zanesville Ohio
Bohn & Kern
Mfg. & Supply Co.
Plumbing & Heating Supplies
60 S. Third St Zaneaaill*
Radio Serric* Appliance* Repaired
ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
GEORGE 8. SMITH
111 Galich* St. ZaaaarUle. O., Ph. 8-7836
Eloctriea) Wiring Maintenance
Coenmereiai indnatria* Reeidentia)
JACK HEMMER
ICE CREAM
ZANESVILLE, OHIO
W. J. HECK CO.
General Contractors
Zanesville
Where to Dine Z-9a
Casino Restaurant
The finest place to eat on
on Route 40
424 Market St. Phone 20295
Zanesville, Ohio
Frank A. Leone
REALTOR
51 N. 5th St. PH. 3-1116
PAYNTERS
TEXACO SERVICE
OPEN DAILY 8:80 TO 9
EXPERT LUBRICATION
1563 Greenwood Ph. 2.02T8
Business Announcements Z-30
Appliances
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
Drive to Dunean Falla A Save
W. DEITRICK
W. trade. Ph. -4385. Erm. 4-4409.
WEIGHT VESS COLA BOTTLING CO.
849 W Main PH 8.2112
Cleaners end Dyers
DUSENBERRY
8*per-Zorie Cleaner.
SIT Uadarwood PM
8AMI
Coal
COAL HAULING
Nut 32c Lump 86«
Mwyn. Hicks Phon. 2-2831
ZANESVILLE
Concrete
CONCRETE work, garage*, porehaa, atop*,
sidewalks. No job too small. W. E.
Factor. Prompt Service. 2-2814
Drug Stores
FOGG'S
CENTRAL DRUG STORE
MARKET Al FIFTH
ZANESVILLE. OHIO
SHIKLEY-8 PHARMACY TERHAOB
POINT
ISM Draadaa Road Phoao M4H
Fur Alterations
FUR ALTERATION Fin* Craftaman
*hip in all alteration*. Gantviava Moaa
holdar. 827 Elm. Dial 2-2233.
Furnaces
MAZAIR FURNACE CO.
•13 Fadaral Av*. Ph. 8-1195
Money To Loan
AID BUDGET- LOAN
Antomobila
Hour*hold
Good* Lean*
412 Markat 8t. “Bill" Bart. Dial 2-751«.
Painting
Painting Deroratin*
R. L. FULKERSON and SONS
Di,l 3‘7110________ Since 1929
Hanifan Decorators, Inc.
Domestic and Industrial
Painters and Decorators
629 Park St. Zanesville
Offieo Phone 2-5179 Raa. Phon* 2-9651
Television Z-73c
PLUMMER RADIO SBRVICB
TELEVISION
laatailatian and Sarrfoa
Homa and A ata
Radia Regaira
392 N. 7th Ph. 2-2481
COAL YARDS Z-76b
RED ASH PEACOCK COAL
Created Stoker. 81e: Nut 80e: Lanap. Sia
Fnmaee Lump, 82c.
ZANE COAL CO PH. 2-9276
Market Tire & Supply
U. 8. TIRES BATTERIES
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
Phone 2-3276
Cor. Sixth 4 South ZaneariHe O.
leo
McLoughlin
and sons
M. L. Cottingham, Inc.
Authorized Ford Sales Servicer
17-28 South Third
Phone 2-6353 Zanesville
Want adt reach your best mar
ket, the sit-down shopper.
Edward F. Warner
Building Contractor
1150 Talley Ave.
Ph. 3-6838 Zanesville
Mickey’s Restaurant
East Pike
Ph. 2-8862 Zanesville, O.
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Gail Borden Milk
PHONE 2-5451
Zanesville^ Ohio
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WISEMAN
DAIRY
“Quality Products Since 1926”
Phone 45R Crooksville, O.
Catholic Library Group
Chooses ‘Best of Year*
GLEN ELLYN, Hl. (NC)
Eighty-five books from 40 pub
lishers have been selected by the
Catholic Library Association as the
best books of the year. The books
are annotated in three lists for
adults young adults and children.
The association announced that
300,000 copies of the lists were
distributed principally through Ca.
tholic libraries and Catholic book
stores in conjunction with the ob
servance of Catholic Book Week.
FOR ADULTS
ALL THINGS IN CHRIST, Rev.
Vincent A. Yzermans BETWEEN
COMMUNITY AND SOCIETY: A
PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
OF THE STATE, Thomas Gilby
BISHOP HEALY: BELOVED OUT
CAST, Albert S. Foley, S.J. BLACK
POPES: AUTHORITY, ITS USE
AND ABUSE, Archbishop Roberts
S.J. BREAKTHROUGH ON THE
COLOR FRONT,
CATHERINE OF
Undset.
Lee Nichols
SIENA, Sigrid
CHURCH IN
THE CATHOLIC
WORLD AFFAIRS, Edited by Wal
demar Gurian and M. A. Fitzsi
mons CATHOLICISM IN AMER
ICA, by the Editors of Common
weal CHURCH AND SOCIETY:
CATHOLIC SOCIAL AND POLIT
ICAL THOUGHT AND MOVE
MENTS, 1789-1950, edited by Jos
eph N. Moody EDUCATIONAL
WASTELANDS, Arthur E. Bestor
THE FALL OF A TITAN, Igor
Gouzenko GOD, MAN AND THE
UNIVERSE, Edited by Jacques de
Bivort de la Saudee.
I’LL CRY TOMORROW, Lillian
Roth in collaboration with Mike
Connolly and Gerold Frank JOAN
OF ARC, Lucien Fabre THE
LAST OF THE FATHERS, Thomas
Merton LAUNCELOT. MY BROTH
ER, Dorothy James Roberts THE
LOVE LETTERS OF PHYLLIS Mc
GINLEY, Miss McGinley MARY
AND MODERN MAN, edited by
Thomas J. M. Burke, S.J. MARY
IN OUR LIFE, William G. Most.
THE MONK AND THE WORLD,
Walter Dirks THE MORAL FOUN
DATIONS OF DEMOCRACY, John
H. Hallowell PAUL THE APOS
TLE, Giuseppe Ricciotti PIO
NONO, E.E.Y. Hales PIUS X:
COUNTRY PRIEST, Igino Gior
dan i PROBLEMS AND OPPOR
TUNITIES IN A DEMOCRACY,
John F. Cronin, S.S.. THE REFOR
MATION IN ENGLAND, Philip
Hughes, Vol 2: RELIGIO DEPOP
ULATA.
THE RISE AND DECLINE OF
LIBERALISM, Thomas P. Neill
SAVAGE PAPUA, Andre Dupey
rat SHRINES TO OUR LADY
AROUND THE WORLD, Zoldt
Aredi THUNDER ON ST. PAUL’S
DAY. Jane Lane.
FOR YOUNG ADULTS
12-16 Age Group:
GREY DAWNS AND RED, Ma­
rie Fischer THE LAND BEYOND,
Ruth Adams Knight MICKY
O’BRIEN, Gerald Kelly. S.J., and
Don Sharkey SAINTS TO KNOW,
Sister Mary Ccrrelius TEEN
AGER’S SAINT: MARIE GORETTI,
Monsignor James Morelli THE
WONDERFUL WINTER. Marchette
Chute THE APRIL TIME, Celine
Metier.
BANNER IN THE SKY, James
Ramsey Ullman THE BARRED
ROAD, Adele de Leeum. CHIL
DREN’S SHEPHERD, Katherine
Burton DOMINIC SAVIO. TEEN
AGE SAINT, Peter Lappin DON
CAMILLO’S DILEMMA, Giovanni
Guareschi FATIMA: PILGRIM
AGE TO PEACE, April O. Arm
strong and M. F. Armstrong.
KATERI Of THE MOHAWKS,
Marie C. Buehrle KING SOLO
MON’S NAVY. Nora Benjamin Ku
bie A MAN IS BORN AGAIN,
John E. Beahn THE MEANING
OF MARYKNOLL, Rev. Albert J.
Nevins. MM.
MISSION FOR MARGARET,
Mary Fabyan Windeatt MORE
MURDER IN A NUNNERY, Eric
Shepherd NEVER ALONE, Joan
Roberts NOT WITHOUT TEARS.
Helen C. Day PAT’S NEW
WORLDS, Loring MpcKaye SAINTS
ALIVE, Arhold L. Haskell.
THE SECOND CONQUEST,
Louis deWohl SINGING AMONG
STRANGERS, Mabel L. Hunt YOU
Where la
your share?
east paycheck
IKKHE FEDERAL
mmns
asa
loss
amcums
ARE NOT YOUR OWN. Dennis J.
Geaney, O.S A. YOUR PLACE IN
TV, Rev. Edwin B. Broderick.
FOR CHILDREN
ADVENTURES OF RAMON OF
BOLIVIA, Rev Albert J. Nevins
ALL ABOARD FOR FREEDOM,
Marie McSwigan ANGELA OF
ANGEL COURT, Elizabeth Rogers
ANIMALS UNDER THE RAIN
BOW, Msgr. Aloysius Roche THE
BELLS OF CARMEL, Edith H.
Blackburn BIBLE CHILDREN, by
Pelagic Doane.
BOOK OF NURSERY AND
MOTHER GOOSE RHYMES, com
piled and illustrated by Marguer
ite de Angeli THE CAVES OF
THE GREAT HUNTERS, Hans
Baumann THE FIRST BOOK OF
POETRY, selected by Isabel J. Pet
erson THE FOREIGNER, Gladys
Malvern HAIL! THE ALTAR BOY,
ed'ted by Rev. David E. Rosage
JOEL, THE POTTER’S SON, Geor
giana D. Ceder THE JUGGLER
OF NOTRE DAME, Mary Fidelis
Todd LEGENDS OF SAINTS AND
BEASTS, selected and illustrated
by Anne Marie Jauss MARTIN DE
PORRES. HERO, Claire H. Bishop
MARTIN’S MICE, Sister Mary
Marguerite MYSTERY OF THE
PIPER’S GHOST, Zillah K. Mac
donald A PENNY’S WORTH OF
CHARACTER, Jesse Stuart
PIERRE OF THE ISLAND. Nicolete
M. Stack SING IN THE DARK,
Maude M. Thomas SING, MORN
ING STAR. Elizabeth M. Meigs
THE STORY OF THE ROSARY,
Katherine Wood THE SWANS OF
BALLYCASTLE, Walter Hackett
THEODORE ROOSEVELT:
aN IN
ITIAL BIOGRAPHY, by Genevieve
Foster THE WHEEL ON THE
SCHOOL, Meindert DeJong WING
ED MOCCASINS: THE STORY OF
SACAJAWEA, Frances J. Fams
worth.
WREN. Marie Killea YOUNG
MARY STUART, Marian King.
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Red Attettmpts
To Atheize
Youth Failing
BERLIN (NC) A con
centrated drive to strip some
2,500.000 young people in the
Soviet-occupied zone of Ger
many of their Christian faith
is now under way throughout
that territory.
The Soviet-sponsored Society for
the Dissemination of Scientific
Knowledge and the communist
Central Committee for Youth In
itiation, both with headquarters in
this city’s Soviet sector, are in
charge of the well-planned and
far-reaching campaign, directed by
officials of the Socialist Unity
(Communist) Party.
Results of their efforts so far
are disheartening to the Red
leaders. No more than ten per
cent of th* young people who er*
to be graduated from public
schools this spring have volun
teered to undergo "initiation,” a
ceremony meant to be the athe
istic counterpart of First Com
munion and Protestant tenfirma
tion.
Both Catholic and Protestant
Bishops in the Soviet zone have
vigorously opposed the communist
move and urged parents to prevail
upon their children not to undergo
“initiation.”
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13 College Seniors
Teaching School
Thirteen seniors at St. Mary of
the Springs College are presently
engaged in student teaching in Co
lumbus parochial and public
schools under the direction of Sis
ters Mary Augustine, O.P., and M.
Sylvina, O.P.
Four of the group, Patricia Fal
lon, Eleanor Porchetti, Camille
Reed and Luella Schierberl, are
teaching in high schools. Ann Dun
son, Lucy Foster, Virginia Keefe,
Shirley Kilbridge, Grace Moore,
Patricia Quirk, Nancy Russ,
Theresa Soller and Barbara Vance
are in the elementary schools. A
night student, Mary Jane Day, is
also doing her student teaching
now. Mrs. Carl A. Zeller is acting
as supervising teacher for both
groups.
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you
The
eaah
will
••If 1 Wil) you epend
every penny or will yon
retain email portion
tor all th. thing* yen'll
want in the future? Ev
en with *11 the monthly
bill, and obligation, a
part of that paycheck
belong* to yon. Start
earing your ahare now
At Buekeye. yon enjoy
the added protection of
inrtrrad aavinra-
how mueb
FTA Group al Springs
To Sponsor Skating Party
Under the auspices of St. Mary
of the Springs College, the Aqui
nas Chapter of the Future Teach
ers of America is sponsoring a
skating party Mar. 11 at Roller
land fwun 7:00 to 11 p. m. Proceeds
will benefit the teacher education
progra n
Eleanor Bartemes and Colette
Eichner are co-chairmen of the
party. Heading the various com
mittees are Frances Stergios, Mary
Ann Winfield, Ann Short and
Kathleen Keefe.
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Don drive miles looking for a
home when you can find it in our
want ads.
PERPETUAL NOVENA
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Erery Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
St. Christopher’s
Church
Grandview & Ida
Youth Notes ...
Plans Completed for Annual
Catholic Youth
Plan* for the annual Catholic
youth fiesta week were made dur
ing this week by members of the
Council of Catholic Youth. The
CYO high school age council will
'-ponsor it’s youth talent show and
social on Easter Monday, April 11th
in the ball room at the Knights of
Columbus Hail. 80 South 6 Street.
This will be followed by the youth
adult festival and social, Friday
night, April 15 at the K of C. The
fiesta week is the post Lenten
program of the Youth Councils.
The purpose of the programs is to
raise funds for the support of the
Catholic youth programs includ
ing the Diocesan Camps, St. Joseph
and St. Rita, the CYO Council, the
Young Council and the Catholic
Youth Recreation Association. A
souvenir program for the occasion
is being arranged by the Councils.
Committees for both gala affairs
are being named by the presidents
of the Councils.
The monthly Holy Hour
of the Catholic Youth Adorers
Fairfield Federal
Savings and Loan
YOUR SAVINGS INSURED
L0AN8 ON REAL ESTATE___
BEITER & FLEGE
Lancaster, Ohio
The Rexall Store
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST
Mt. Pleasant Greenhouse
Formerly Acton Floral Co.
"Flowers for all occasions"
Phone 522
126 8. Mt. Plea*ant Lanea*tor
THIMMES BROS.
Quality Meats 4 Groceries
351 S. Columbus
Lancaster Phone 809
BAKER
Typewriter Co.
Roval Typewriters
R. C. Allen And Victor
Adding Machines i
117 N. Columbus St
Lancaster________Phone 2633 W
JOHN P. KREIDLER
Shoes of Distinction
Phone 5727 203 W. Main St.
LANCASTER OHIO
EAST END WINE SHOP
"We Cover 'jmcaster Like
the Dew”
_________ Phone 1464_________
LYENDECKER
Sohio Service Station
Broad & Chestnut
Phone 3190 Lancaster
DEAN BARRY FAINT
IMPERIAL WALLPAPER
The Fairfield Paint & Oil Co
Phone 4700 Lancaster
Funeral njrectors
James H. Sheridan Sone
Funeral Directors
222 South Columba* Street
Lancaeter, Ohio
TELEPHONE 419-W
Where to Dine L-9
JO-KAR RESTAURANT
1549 N. Columba* St.
Phon* 951
Patronize Our Advertisers.
MOTORISTS MUTUAL INS. CO.
W. A. SCHOLL
"Your Friendly Agent”
PROTECTION EVERY HOUR
FARM ACCIDENT HOME
AUTO INSURANCE
521 E. Sth Ara. Phon* 1675
New System
Bakery
119 N. Columbus St.
Phone 5747 Lancaster, Ohio
The Lancaster
National Bank
The Bank of Personal
Service Since 1909
Complete Banking
Service
Bank Credit Is The Best Credit
Member Federal Reserve System
126 W. Main St. Phone 209
Termite
EXTERMINATING
FREE ESTIMATES
No Money Down 36 Months to pay
PHONE 3736
If No Answer Cal! Lancaster 939-1
All Household Insects and Peets
Exterminated
TERMITES MOTHS
RATS MICE
FLEAS ROACHES
CARPET BEETLES ANTS
WATER BUGS
References:
ALL LANCASTER RANKS
DUN A BRADSTREET
Member Ohio State Peet Control Assoc.
A-l Termite Control Co.
(Owned by Hines Industries. Inc.)
1313 E. Main St. Lancaster, O.
Permanent Guarantee Plan
Annual Inspection
Fiesta Week
of the central deanery is
scheduled for this Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 p.m. in Holy
Name parish church in Columbus.
The Lenten Holy Hour will fol
low the usual plan with dialogue
prayers, a sermon and congregation
al singing. All young people of
high school age are being urged to
attend this program of the Lenten
season.
Young Adults
The second of the Lenten Mar
riage forums will be held this
week at St. Joseph’s Academy at
8:00 p.m. The forums are being
sponsored by the Catholic Young
Adult Council of the central Dean
ery and are designed to interest
all young people of post high school
age. Doctor Joseph Gallen, promin
ent physician of Columbus will dis
cuss the physical aspects of mar
riage in this week’s program.
The eastern deanery Young
LANCASTER S
Infor
nation L-9
Business Announcements L-30
Beauty Shop*
BETTY’S BEAUTY SHOP
Oar lens experience I* year Baaaty Aaaar
anee. 119% W. Main. Phen* 162
PLUMBERS
SEWERS & DRAINS
Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and
Drain Service. 211 Pershing Drive.
Phone Lancaster 3663.
Automobile Parts—Accessories
QUALITY
AUTO PARTS
Pedriek Piiton Ring*
Wagner Lockheed Brake Lining
Borg-Warner Product*
Complete Ante Part*
and
Machine Shop Service
Phone 701
410 N. Memorial Drive
FRANK J. KIENER
REAL ESTATE
153Vi W. Main St.
Phone 1200-W Lancaster, O.
Raedel Hdwe. Co.
124 N. Columbus St.
Lancaster, Ohio
"Everything in Hardware."
J. J. Newberry Co.
122 W. MAIN ST.
PHONE 5676
Lancaster, Ohio
Dwight McGee
Insurance Agency
Complete Insurance Service A
126 Clarendon Phone 2770a
QUALITY
HOME BUILDERS
1272 E. Allen St.
Phone 5028
Lancaster, Ohio
BURTIC
JEWELERS
INC.
156 W. Main St.
Phone 346 Lancaster, Ohio
IADIO and TV SERVICE
Joe Tucker
515 E. Wheeling Phone 949
Lancaster, Ohio
Charlie Macioci
& Sons
Selected Fruit ana Produce
Warehouse—
Cor Fair and Harrison
Phone 1797 Lancaster
"W. ere as near as vour
telephone*
Cemmeretai
Portrait
Frame*
Phom* 1386
512 I. Main St.
THE CATHOLIC TIMES—-7
Friday, Mar. 4,1955
Columbus Native to Direct
School Play in Washington
WASHINGTON Miss Patrici*
Kern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Ray Kern, 1333 Un wood Ave.. Co
lumbus, has been chosen to pro
duce and direct the annual spring
play at Sacred Heart Academy
here. Her selection, “Little Wom
en,” will be staged late this
month.
Miss Kern, a graduate of St.
Mary of the Springs College, is
working toward a master’s degree
in speech and drama at Catholic
University. In addition to regular
studies, she conducts Saturday
classes for high school students in.
terested in dramatics and has been
active in past productions of Cath
olic University's Speech and Drama
Department.
AduM Council has scheduled a
quarterly Day of Recollection for
Sunday, March 27 at St. Patrick
Church, Junction City, Ohio. The
evercises begin'at 2:30 p. m. and
will conclude with a Holy Hour
from 4 to 5 p. m.
Uhl's Sohio
Service Station
906 Memorial Drive
Phone 5207 Lancaster, Ohio
Staten Distributing Co.
Dutributor For
BLATZ BAVARIAN HUDEPOBL
781 Jefferaen Phene 3538
Ziesler Tree Experts
AU Type* of Tree Service
SHRUB and LAWN WORK
LANDSCAPING
Our Insurance Protect* You
Baltimore Rd. 2686
DICKSON’S
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Meats and Beverages
DELIVERY SERVICE
Complete Line of Appliances
Clothing for Entire Family
Amanda Ohie __ Amanda-2
"fewytAiM WU Bom*"
261 N. COLUMBUS LANCASTER
Antheriied Buick Sale* A SerHee
"W'hen Better Automobile* are Built
Buick Will Build Them."
Dinsmore Buick Inc.
550 Lincoln Ave. Phone 4900
I
LANCASTER
Bed Patient
NURSING HOME
141* E. Main St. Phone 4279
Lancaster, Ohio
Daugherty
Hardware
Rushville, Ohio
Phone 6-7300
John W. Clark
INSURANCE AGENCY
Y
First Floor Equitable Bldg.
Phon* 6310, Lancaster, Ohio
& Power
WIRING
end
REPAIRS
Industrie! Commercial
Residential
FIXTURES
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
FULLY EQUIPPED
FULLY QUALIFIED
L. Paul Miller Electric
Electrical Contractor
WIRING CONSTRUCTION
RESIDENTLAL INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
1133 Memorial Drive
LANCASTER 3757
If No Ans. Call Lancaster 5168
BININGER'S
Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables
Birds Eye Frozen Foods
Phone 4071 Fifth and Maple Free Delivery
LANCASTER, OHIO
MAUGER'S SEA FOODS
For the Best of Sea Foods A Really Tasty Meal
LANCASTER, OHIO
Kedah Sap plica
Printing
A
LANCASTER, OHIO
135 S. Brood St.
Phone 781

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